Texas Campus Doctorate and PhD Programs in Industrial & Mechanical Engineering
While studying for a doctorate degree in mechanical engineering, you typically will take courses in mathematics, physical science, engineering and design. Some programs focus more on technology and the practical application of engineering as well.
- Arlington, TXArlington, TX
University of Texas at Arlington
Materials Science and Engineering - Doctorate
The graduate program in Materials Science and Engineering is designed to provide students with a fundamental understanding of phenomena occurring in materials and their associated chemical, electrical, mechanical, and physical properties. It is broadly...
- Arlington, TX
- Denton, TXDenton, TX
University of North Texas
The applicant seeking a Master of Science Degree in materials science will plan a degree program with the assistance of the student's major professor and the advisory committee. A graduate major must present credit for at least 32 semester credit hours.
- Denton, TX
- Lubbock, TXLubbock, TX
Texas Tech University
With the counsel of an advisor, graduate students are expected to design individualized academic programs. Programs will incorporate courses taken in each of the three areas listed below, and the course selection may include a minor in an area outside i...
- Lubbock, TX
- San Marcos, TXSan Marcos, TX
Texas State University-San Marcos
The program is designed to produce doctoral level scientists who will contribute to the research and development of materials.
- Houston, TXHouston, TX
Through a combination of fundamental classwork and independent research across a broad spectrum of mechanical engineering and materials science, Rice's graduate program is an interdisciplinary program offering a core activity in advanced materials resea...